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Apple Mac Pro Late 2013 8 Core Intel Xeon E5 3GHz 16GB 256GB Flash

8 Intel Xeon E5 3GHz 16GB Dec 2013
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9 Reasons For

Apple Has Excellent Desktop Computer Reviews

Apple is one of the leading personal computer brands according to average reviews from owners and experts, and Apple also has excellent reviews for its many processor core computers.

Flash Storage Medium

The storage speed of this personal computer is Flash, which is typical of many many processor core computers that have been around for a comparable time to it. Flash Drives store information in transistors on a circuit board rather than on optical or magnetic media. This has the advantage of being much faster than a traditional HDD drive.

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Two Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) Ports

Most personal computers of a similar type and age to the Mac Pro Late 2013 have between one and two Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports, including the Apple Mac Pro Late 2013 which has two Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports.

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Fairly Big Processor Cache

Across all the personal computers of this age and spec the processor caches range from 12MB to 30MB. The Apple Mac Pro Late 2013 has a quite big processor cache (25 megabytes) compared to most of the other computers of this age and type.

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Quite Big Discrete Graphics Adapter Memory

The average discrete graphics adapter memory of many processor core computers that have been around for more than two years is 4.2GB. With a discrete graphics adapter memory of 6,144 megabytes, the Apple Mac Pro Late 2013 has a very big discrete graphics adapter memory compared to most of the other many processor core computers that were released around the same time as the Mac Pro Late 2013.

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Short

The Mac Pro Late 2013 is one of the shorter many processor core computers that have been on the market for more than two years (only 251 millimeters) amongst computers of this age. The heights of many processor core computers that are a similar age to the Mac Pro Late 2013 range from 250mm to 580mm, and the average height is 360mm.

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Narrow

With a width of only 167 millimeters, the Mac Pro Late 2013 is one of the narrower PCs of a similar type and age to the Mac Pro Late 2013 amongst desktop computers of this age. The narrowest personal computer that has been available for more than two years is 160mm wide, the widest is 450mm, and the average width is 180mm.

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Very Light

With a weight of only 5 kilograms, the Mac Pro Late 2013 is one of the lighter many processor core computers that came out more than two years ago amongst comparable spec computers of this age. Across all the many processor core computers that have been around for around the same time as the Mac Pro Late 2013 the weights range from 250g to 30kg.

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Shallow

Across all the many processor core computers that are a similar age to the Mac Pro Late 2013 the depths range from 160mm to 620mm, and the average depth is 350mm. With a depth of only 167 millimeters, the Apple Mac Pro Late 2013 is quite shallow compared to most of the other PCs of a comparable age and type to the Mac Pro Late 2013.

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5 Reasons Against

Very Small Total Storage Capacity

The Mac Pro Late 2013 has a fairly small total storage capacity (only 256 gigabytes) compared to most of the other PCs that have been on the market for around the same time as the Mac Pro Late 2013. The smallest total storage capacity of many processor core computers that were released more than two years ago is 180GB, the biggest is 8.3TB, and the average total storage capacity is 810GB.

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Only Four USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A Ports

The Mac Pro Late 2013 is a four USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A port PC.

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Quite Slow Memory Clock Speed

The Apple Mac Pro Late 2013 has one of the slower memory clock speeds (only 1,866 megahertz) amongst many processor core computers of this age. Computers that have been on the market for around the same time as the Mac Pro Late 2013 have memory clock speeds of between 1,300MHz and 2,200MHz, and the average memory clock speed is 1,900MHz.

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Only Four USB 3.0 Ports

Most PCs of a similar age and type to the Mac Pro Late 2013 have between two and eight USB 3.0 ports, including the Mac Pro Late 2013 which has four USB 3.0 ports.

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Very Small Maximum Internal Memory

PCs that have been available for more than two years have maximum internal memory of between 32GB and 520GB, and the average maximum internal memory is 140GB. At only 64 gigabytes, the Mac Pro Late 2013 has a fairly small maximum internal memory compared to most of the other computers of a similar spec and age to the Mac Pro Late 2013.

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3 Other reasons to consider the Apple Mac Pro Late 2013

Released Over Two Years Ago

It was over two years ago when Apple released the Mac Pro Late 2013.

Average Processor Clock Speed

At 3 gigahertz, the Apple Mac Pro Late 2013 has a fairly average processor clock speed compared to most of the other many processor core computers that have been available for a similar time to the Mac Pro Late 2013.

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Average Internal Memory

At 16 gigabytes, the Apple Mac Pro Late 2013 has a relatively typical internal memory compared to most of the other similar spec PCs that came out around the same time as the Mac Pro Late 2013.

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Specification

Processor
Processor Core
Processor Family
Processor Clock Speed
Processor Cache Level
Processor Cache
Bus Type
Processor Cache Type
Memory
Internal Memory
Memory Clock Speed
Memory Slot
Memory Layout
Maximum Internal Memory
Internal Memory Type
Storage
Total Storage Capacity
Storage Medium
Integrated Card Reader
Optical Drive
Optical Drive Type
Graphics
Discrete Graphics Adapter
Discrete Graphics Adapter Memory
Discrete Graphics Memory Type
Discrete Graphics Adapter Model
Discrete Graphics Adapter Memory
Operating System/software
Operating System
Operating System Architecture
Networking
Bluetooth Version
WiFi Standard
Cabling Technology
Ethernet LAN Data Rate
Ports & Interfaces
Headphone Out Port
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) Port
HDMI Version
HDMI Port
DVI Port
Thunderbolt 2 Port
USB 3.0 Port
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A Port
Design
Chassis Type
Case Colour
Water Cooling System
Performance
Product Type
Processor Special Features
Physical Address Extension (PAE)
Idle States
Processor Code
Power
Power Supply Input Voltage
Power Supply Input Frequency
Power Supply
Weight & Dimensions
Weight
Height
Depth
Width
Operational Conditions
Storage Temperature Range
Operating Altitude
Relative Humidity Operating Range
Operating Temperature Range
Certificates
EPEAT Compliance
Packaging Content
Bundled Software
Mouse Included
Display Included
Keyboard Supplied

Expert Reviews

(2)
27 December 2013

What's not?There's no DVD drive for ripping CDs and the accessories can be expensive.The bottom line:The easiest and cheapest way to enjoy hassle-free Mac computing at home. For style and... Read more…

Upgraded internals keep the mini up to date
Sleek, supreme build quality, quiet, high performance
USB 3.0
Stylish, good connectivity, more than powerful enough for most tasks, cheapest Mac you can buy
Processing power
It's no smaller or sleeker than the last model
Does not support PCI cards for upgrading, no builtin optical drive
Could have a better graphics system
HDMI output bug will annoy until next OS X update, still quite expensive really
No DVD (let alone Bluray) player
22 November 2012

The Apple Mac mini (Late 2012) is Apple's best yet, packing as much punch into its compact chassis as a full-size desktop, and offering the sizable, speedy Fusion drive...

Intel Ivy Bridge processor
Fusion Drive with 1.12TB capacity
Unchanged aluminum unibody design
Offers USB 3.0
HDMI, and Thunderbolt ports
Limited upgrade opportunities
Expensive considering lack of peripherals
250 price for Fusion Drive option seems high
No dedicated-graphics option
Fusion is an expensive upgrade, especially for users without demanding data transfer requirements

User Reviews

(1)
Reviewed 8 March 2013 by Andrew B.
(Verified Purchase)

For those who have heard the horror stories about not being able to get the Apple wireless keyboard and magic mouse, or HDTV, to work during initial setup, worry not. The trick is to plug... Read more…

Small footprint. Very easy setup. Answer 3 or 4 questions, enter your Apple ID and Setup Assistant takes care of the rest. Quiet and boy is it fast. It literally took me longer to connect cables and r
Fast processor, large HDD, easily upgradable, decent graphics
Nice interface. Better for desktop than Wi 8. Great way to transition from PC to Mac. I have not used a Mac for very long and I've already learned how to move the 1TB drive to 2nd position in the Mini
For what you get, this is a powerful package for a small computer. The included 1TB drive is SLOW, so buy another drive to become the primary. I also recommend the upgrade to 16GB of memory. With thos
No DVD drive and it would be nice if there was a User Guide. The Quick Start guide is a little lacking for those who are less than average computer savvy. It's available on line in Apple Support but y
No dedicated graphics card, but most people will never notice. No optical drive or keyboard
The 1TB drive is simply to slow for everyday usage

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